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Remember that sinking feeling in your gut when the Handmaid's Tale Season 2 cliffhanger left you wondering what the heck was even happening in Gilead and whether June (Elisabeth Moss) was free or still hopelessly trapped inside her dystopian world? Expect to feel that again very soon when The Handmaid's Tale closes the door on Season 3.
Executive producer Warren Littlefield spoke to reporters at the Television Critics Association summer press tour earlier this week about where the show is headed now that June and the rebellion of Marthas have reached the home-stretch, for better or worse. Regardless of whether they pull off the child-heist, it sounds like we're going to be left reeling after the season finale.
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"What we're seeing is that June no longer considers herself an other," Littlefield said of June's slow build up to outright rebellion this season. "She may still wear the robe of a handmaid, but she's asserting herself. What you'll see between now and the end of the season is her being less obedient to authority, being more assertive, and she co-opts Commander Lawrence (Bradley Whitford) into her vision and her plan and that's just starting to unfold, but...
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